I’m not buying the “official” theory that a weather disturbance caused this. Perhaps that’s plausible for the birds, who are airborne, but what about the fish in the water? And why only that one species of fish?
Several years ago, I did some research on the work of Royal Raymond Rife. He was heralded as “The Man Who Cured Cancer.” His work in the 1930s was based on the fact that molecules can be disrupted when exposed to a particular frequency, as evidenced when an opera singer hits a High C and shatters a glass. The molecules in the glass are disrupted at that frequency, so the glass breaks.
Rife speculated: what if we can find the frequency that disrupts the molecules of cancer cells? If we target those cells with a sound wave at that exact frequency, it will obliterate the cancer cells while leaving the healthy, non-cancerous cells intact.
I won’t debate the veracity of his research and experiments here, but the bottomline is that at some point Rife fell out of favor with the medical community (supposedly because they realized how much they stood to lose if the lucrative business of cancer treatment/drug therapy/hospitalization were eliminated) and his research was abandoned.
My theory: someone has expanded on Rife’s initial research, and has built a large scale Rife Frequency Generator. They have used modern-day DNA technology to hone in and identify the genetic markers specific to certain species, such as red-winged blackbirds and drum fish, and they’ve also figured out the frequency at which their molecules would be disrupted. They’ve put all of it together to create the perfect weapon of mass destruction: silent and effective on a large scale.
I hope I’m wrong.
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oh my, any of your theories could be right, but i feel sorry for those birds http://speedygonzo-jesusislord.blogspot.com/
I came across your blog while clicking on the 'next blog' button, hoping to find something I liked. And I loved yours.
As for this particular article – interesting! Reminds me a bit of 'His Dark Materials' style of things…*shudder*
I very much hope you're wrong on this one. Can't imagine anyone with benevolent intentions using such a technology.
Very nice photo